Latest News from Hebden Royd Town Council
Hebden Royd Town Council was deeply saddened to hear of the death of Her Majesty the Queen. Our thoughts are with the Royal Family at this time. See the Town Council coverage of the period of mourning.
Hebden Royd Town Council have approved the permanent appointment of a Climate Emergency and Biodiversity Coordinator within the council, as it continues to tackle climate change. More info about the new job
A short commemoration was led by Catherine Putz of Calder Valley CND for Peace and Justice, and the Deputy Mayor of Hebden Royd Town Council read an abridged version of the Speech read by the Mayor of Hiroshima earlier that morning. More info about the Hiroshima Day Commemoration
Hebden Royd Town Council will welcome guests from Warstein, Germany, this weekend to celebrate the delayed 25th Anniversary of Twinning between Warstein and Hebden Royd which should have been held in 2020. More info about the Twinning Anniversary
Hebden Royd Town Council have been proud to partner with the Citizens Advice Bureau to offer a dedicated advice service, with drop in sessions to the residents of Hebden Royd which will cease at the end of July. More info about the Citizens Advice Bureau
Just over a year ago new regulations were introduced that prohibit burning in many parts of our uplands. Hebden Royd Council have now produced a map and information explaining the new regulations. More details about moorland burning
A place where people of all ages are able to live healthy and active later lives. Come along and talk to us in Cragg Vale, Hebden Bridge and Mytholmroyd. More info about our age friendly community
A new family-friendly festival takes place in Mytholmroyd on Sunday July 3rd, 11am-4pm. The event will give everyone in the community the chance to try out electric bicycles free of charge on a traffic-free section of Cragg Road, the longest continuous ascent in the country. More info about trying out an e-bike.